Halloween Trees: If you are the kind of holiday hostess that pulls out her Halloween decorations before the first leaf hits the ground, you’re probably well aware of the tree trend for October 31. If this new to you, don’t worry. We went to Instagram and found all the inspiration you’ll need to create your own Halloween Christmas trees. Don’t just decorate for the trick-or-treaters this year. Fill your home with the accents of the season in every corner and let your little ones take part by decorating the family’s new Halloween tree.
Take a look at a few of our favorite spooky designs:
The pop of pink on this tree is fun and fits well into the room’s original aesthetic. The additional pumpkins around the space also help to tie in the Halloween theme.
Disney lovers, pay attention! This Mickey Mouse-themed Halloween tree is too cute. The orange pumpkins and pom-poms mixed with ghosts keep the tree light-hearted and still festive for the season.
This set of trees is so aesthetically pleasing that you almost forget they’re Halloween trees. The trick-or-treat banner plus the jack-o-lantern buckets hanging in the trees make a cheeky display while staying classic.
From multi-colored and bright to Disney-themed, and fantastically autumnal, there are so many ways to decorate a Halloween tree.
You can use faux pumpkins, candy corn garlands, spooky witch hats, or even Mickey Mouse decorations to decorate your Halloween tree. We’ve included some possible Halloween tree decorations below so you can plan your festive display. When you’ve gathered all your supplies, start with the lights, and then arrange your heavier ornaments first before filling in the gaps with smaller ones. Lastly, add on your garland or ribbon, and be ready to impress your guests this fall. There are decorations for every budget and taste, and you’ll even find some additional ideas to display around the house, so that your whole home is a spooktacular affair.
Ghosts, Pumpkins, and Bats Halloween Light String Set
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Alternate these cute and festive lights around your Halloween tree for an extra twinkle of the holiday’s star characters. The light strings even have eight different settings so your tree will sparkle and be the coolest Halloween light show on your block.
Eyeball Multicolored Lights
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Watch your tree come to life and observe everything this season with this string of multicolored eyeball-shaped lights.
Glass Candy Corn Ornaments
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It wouldn’t be a Halloween tree if it didn’t have some candy on it. These sparkly candy corn ornaments are just too cute.
Assorted 12-Piece Ornament Pack
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Feature all the colors of the holiday with these spooky black cat, jack-o-lantern, and ghost ornaments. They’re shatterproof, so even the little ones can help decorate.
Hallmark Keepsake Pumpkin King Tree Topper
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Channel the king of spooky himself, Tim Burton, with this Nightmare Before Christmas-inspired miniature Pumpkin King tree topper.
Felt Ghost Garland
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This sweet and spooky ghost garland would look great nestled among your Halloween tree’s festive ornaments.
Halloween Gnome Ornaments
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With so many little ones walking around in costumes, it only feels appropriate that your Halloween tree also has a cast of tiny characters.
Fake Spider Web
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Stretch this fake cobweb with plastic spiders across your Halloween tree for a haunting effect. It comes in a pack of two, so you could continue the decor throughout your house.
Artificial Black Christmas Tree
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If you want to go all out, you can buy this black Christmas tree to match the spooky vibes of Halloween.
Orange Sequin Tree Skirt
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Sparkly and festive, this tree skirt is just the finishing touch your Halloween tree will need.
Assorted Set of Artificial Autumn Décor
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Display these faux pinecones, gourds, pumpkins, leaves, and acorns throughout your Halloween tree to make your home feel like you’re out trick-or-treating in the chilly autumn air.
5-Pack of Plastic Skeletons
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You could hang these skeletons on your tree or throughout your house as a trail leading to the big display. Their joints are flexible so you could even arrange them sitting on your mantle.
Halloween decorations and Christmas decorations typically don’t have much in common, one being spooky and dark, while the other is bright and cheerful. Nevertheless, the two are being merged as part of the budding “Halloween tree” trend.
Halloween trees might not be as common as Christmas trees, but they have been growing in popularity over the past several years. A Halloween tree is basically a Christmas tree, except it’s decorated with scary decorations as opposed to festive ones.
Since it’s been October for over a week now, plenty of people have their houses fully decorated for Halloween, trees included.
For some, it’s an excuse to get the Christmas tree out early.
These trees use classic Halloween imagery.
Unlike Christmas trees, however, people feel like they have more freedom with how they decorate.
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Webs are often used in place of garland.
Like Christmas trees, Halloween trees don’t need to be green.
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